Choo Shin-soo (41, SSG)’s remarks about the past ‘school violence’ issue of Ahn Woo-jin (24, Kiwoom) became a hot topic for a while. Choo Shin-soo appeared on a Korean radio broadcast in Texas last month and mentioned An Woo-jin’s exclusion from the WBC (World Baseball Classic) national team and said, “It seems that it is not easy to forgive in Korea.”
how about the US It is stricter than Korea when it comes to violence. For example, Fox10 (Fox10), a local broadcaster in Arizona, USA, reported on the recent arrest of a baseball player. 카지노사이트
According to the media, Roger Alexander (20), a sophomore at the University of Ottawa, Arizona, on the 18th of last month (local time), hit a wild pig called ‘Javelina’ on a road near Surprise City to stop it from moving by shining a car headlight on it. He killed him by swinging a baseball bat he had kept in the car behind him. Alexander recorded the entire scene on video, even smiling and enjoying himself on camera.
The video was posted on an Internet video sharing site, and as a result of a report from a resident who saw it, Alexander was arrested and imprisoned by the Surprise Police.
According to court documents, Alexander told police at the time of his arrest that “wild pigs and wild boars are harmful to humans and I did not know that harming them would be a problem.” However, after he was arrested, he said of the crime he had committed, “It was a wrong move and I regret it.”
Alexander, a former baseball outfielder at the University of Ottawa, was immediately expelled from the team for this incident. His profile on the baseball team’s roster on the university’s homepage also disappeared.
“We are aware of this incident and are working with the police and the Arizona Wildlife Service to investigate carefully,” said Kevin Stills, head of the University of Ottawa’s Department of Athletics, in a statement. “We will do our best in the right way to solve this problem. The University of Ottawa will always strive to maintain high standards of students as well as serve the community.”
Top Choice Arizona State Amateur Baseball Umpires Association also issued a statement saying, “We do not tolerate abuse and violence in any form, and we condemn this incident.” They won’t be together,” he said. With umpires belonging to Top Choice handling most of Arizona’s college baseball games, Alexander seems unlikely to be a baseball player any longer, at least in Arizona.